The Edmonton Wedding Guide: Photographers – Who to Snap Your Big Day

The Edmonton Wedding Guide. A four-part guide chock-full of everything you need to tie the knot in Edmonton. We found all the venues, gowns, flowers, cakes, invites and photographers you need to fall in love with wedding planning all over again.

Here’s what we’ve covered so far:
The Vow Factor: Meet Jennifer Bergman Weddings
Unique Edmonton Venue Ideas
Gowns, Baubles & Shoes
Cakes, Flowers & Stationery

Whew! It’s been so much fun. And yes, we realize how much we haven’t covered - make-up artists, caterers, entertainment, décor and more. Planning a wedding can be pretty harrowing. It’s not as simple as: meet a boy, fall in love, get engaged, and weep with happiness.

We really hope our Edmonton Wedding Guide makes your stroll to the altar a little easier. For all the rest of your questions, may we suggest this fine lady probably has the answer. A very big thank you to all the local vendors, talent and boutiques that appeared in this guide. You make Edmonton a great city to tie the knot.

Edmonton Wedding Photographers

Before we say goodbye, let’s take a look at Edmonton Wedding Photographers. Documenting your big day preserves memories for decades to come.

Here are some helpful tips from Jennifer Bergman Weddings to help you choose the right photographer:

When choosing your professional wedding photographer make sure you see an entire wedding that they’ve shot. It’s also important that your personalities are compatible – you’ll be spending a lot of time with them on your wedding day!

Allow enough time for your photos. Most photographers want at least 2 hours (3-4 is even better). Your wedding planner or coordinator will help ensure your wedding day schedule can accommodate this important photo time.

Have an engagement session with your photographer. This is like a practice session for your wedding and will help you feel more comfortable when the big day arrives.

Here’s our round-up of photographers that know behind every great shot is a story.

Katch Studios
Two best friends, Kat and Cheryl, make up Katch Studios. The talented duo has a modern take on wedding photography, and the results are fashion-inspired, dramatic and utterly romantic. They’ll capture each and every moment of your big day (even the ones you miss). Their fine art wedding photography is so captivating and full of emotion; it is impossible to stop staring at their photos. See for yourself – pop over to their blog and you’ll spend hours looking at weddings you never attended.

*All photos above courtsey of Katch Studios

Jessica Fern Facette
Jessica Fern Facette can do traditional group shots, but her real talent is fun, quirky and vintage-inspired pics. If you’re looking to capture candid moments of pure happiness, then Ms. Jessica Fern Facette is your gal. She’ll bring candor to your wedding album – you’ve never seen such a joy-filled album. And, she’s happy to travel to far away for destination weddings (who wouldn’t?).

*All photos above courtsey of Jessica Fern Facette

Infused Studios
Let charming Anthony and Rina of Infused Studios snap your photos. Their light-inspired, poetic photography will make you swoon. As you celebrate one of the happiest days of your life, this duo will flawlessly capture the best of your unscripted moments composing a perfect documentation of your day.

*All photos above courtesy of Infused Studios

Eternal Reflections Photography  
The award winning photographers, Radelle and Kari of Eternal Reflections Photography, are hopeless romantics; they cried at their weddings and will probably cry at yours. Knowing what every bride wants, they capture all the wonder, hilarity and emotions of your wedding day. Couples can book packages that include USB thumb drives for your parents, gallery-wrapped canvases of your favourite images and stunning albums.

*All photos above courtesy of Eternal Reflections Photography

Iawar Photography
Iawar Photography documents the day with artistic talent blurring the lines of portrait, fine art and photojournalistic photography. The friendly photographer Sam Pratoomoporn captures each moment in a natural, candid way – and transforms the photos into magnificent works of art reminiscent of classic, old-world photography.

*All photos above courtesy of Iawar Photography